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, april 15th, tax day, patriots day, the marathon, please be individual dots that investigators will think about. they will be careful to, the media, i include myself in that, now, we want to connect those dots very quickly and say, look. it was pats' day. it might be extremists. these are all individual dots that, at some point, will make sense. but right now, the federal bureau of investigation, the boston police, others in the u.s. government, are really in the process of collecting all of these dots. the date, potential groups that might have made threats before, the forensic information. looking at overseas intelligence. and it's really only after all of those dots are collected, that you very slowly and methodically start to connect them slowly. so, it may very well be that april 15th had some consequence here. it could turn out it had nothing to do with it. this was simply the boston marathon or simply an attack of opportunity. a factor, do we know if it's positive or points in one point or another? not less than 24 hours later. no, we really don't. >> you talk about the dots that n
the last couple of months. >> there are good articles in the papers today about how the tax receipts were better than expected so far, and the money back out for your refund, much lower than expected and that could be a dollar issue. i know family dollar flagged that, and the ceo of pvh came on "mad money" and said, it was 20 degrees too cold so we had the -- all of the stores had the wrong merchandise and they had the so-called cruisewear. it was obviously a multi-factor issue and it was not just one thing that says target was bad. walmart was not bad and a very good note. costco, and i'm -- i thought that was interesting. surrounded by costco and walmart. you know those cultures are not weather cultures. >> yeah. ubs initiates with a buy on those two and a neutral on target, but someone pointed out the sales trend on target, jim, from the past four quarters has gone from 5-3, 2-9, .4 and now they're looking flat. >> they're not a jc penney beneficiary and walmart is not very renewed in its tenacious way to take on target and underneath the dollar generals. i know people don't associate
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. they are more worried about the impact on the economy and payroll taxes january 1. connell: let's bring just jeff and from raymond james. let's follow up on what peter is reporting on and the financial markets both yesterday and today. even without what happened in boston yesterday was setting up to be a remarkable day. stocks were down. gold was selling off. there were further jitters after what happened in the afternoon, obviously. >> it reminded me very much of the hunt silver corner. when it finally, when the fever finally broke on october 7, excuse me, january 7 of 1980, you had a hard move on silver just like you did on gold on friday. they try to hold the markets together. the margin calls went out. people had to start selling their commodity positions. i do not know if they play that way here or not, but it has had a heart attack on the market and heart attack patients do not get right off the gurney and run a 100-yard. connell: if it bounces back up, is it in your view over at this point and the second part, what, if any, to the impacts of the bombing have? >> the bombings in boston
. this is tax day and it's also close to the anniversaries of the siege of waco and the oklahoma city bombing. there are a lot of significant anniversaries around this date. a very full hour. i want to start by bringing in james brennan, who manages sugar heaven outlet on boylston street. james, you heard the explosion. what did you see and hear? >> anderson, i was actually in the front inside the store ringing up a customer. it was around 3:48 p.m. when i heard the first explosion -- >> how far -- >> we were actually about five feet from where the bomb went off. we were literally right next to marathon sports. we actually had the door open at the time as well. it was a very, you know, disheartening experience. you know, there was casualties laying on the ground outside. i actually had seen a picture on facebook earlier of a woman that had come in our store earlier and she was, you know, lying dead on the sidewalk. >> you actually recognized her? >> i actually recognized her from coming in the store today and purchasing candy from us. >> how far apart were the two explosions? >> two explosion
we do know. let's be thankful we have spent our tax money to build up the capacity to do this, thankful of a police department, a fire department and public health people. you know, it's fashionable these days for people in my line of work to brag about cut and reduce government. i'm glad they weren't successful. this is an enormously expensive undertaking. large numbers of people and people complaining they're paid too much. well, i hope we have the best possible people. i hope we have people who are the investigators, scientific investigators, personality people who can do this. and i hope they're going to be able to get answers but i don't see how anybody can know right now. >> sir, one thing that was written this morning about "boston globe" column miist and said it's left with an unnerving proposition. a homegrown, lunatic, foreign inspired or sponsored, we'll never feel safe in our own town. i know you said you want to feel optimistic. what's your message of people of boston and massachusetts? >> that's greatly hyperbolic. we have a terrible attack. thousands of people k
for cars. the cost of owning your car? neither the to thousand dollars a year higher taxes aside living is expensive. start looking at your federal and state income tax. look at your mouth the car bill look at your monthly maintenance bill. the most is the expensive part were made in it as insurance spirit the united states is short-term basis. 60ยข a mile, $9,100 a year you have to save for retirement before you do anything else because your money goes fast. this is just an example of it. a lot of people would not think it cost almost $10,000 are critical. >> you're asking a student would cost gold to collapse. amateurs. >> a big nuggets of gold someone is putting on your desk. that is not collapsing was collapsing is et at exchange rate. the mutual funds tied to gold. a lot of images are in them margent up. there is margin cost. 14 percent drop in two days i've never seen anything like that. gold has been crushed. i expected to go a bit lower. this gold probably more attractive than exchange traded mutual funds. >> thank you robyn. if you have a question posted on his face book and pa
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